But they’ve still not started yet. Where will BANP rank on the list of world’s longest gestation periods? Somewhere betwixt llama and African elelphant, I’ll bet. Stay tuned.
Oh, here’s some news:
Bon Courage, Steve Fainaru.
*That’s kind of close to San Francisco Citizen**, eh? I Better Call Saul.*** Let’s hope they steer of this blog’s core coverage area of cheerleaders, beauty queens and nude Bay to Breakers participants.
**This name was the only alliterative (starting with an “S” as in Sentinel or a soft “C”) old-school 19th-century San Francisco newspaper name available, so that’s why it got picked.
***One of this blog’s half-dozen readers has already weighed in with this bon mot:
“Just saw the Bay Area News Project renamed themselves to Bay Area Citizen. Boooooooooo!”
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